Conner is a little more laid back usually.It takes him kind of observes everything and make his decisions about how he’s gonna react. Carter is much more social initially. He’s quicker to smile. His whole face lights up and he’s just a little flirt, aren’t you?
The babies were thoraco-omphalopagus conjoined twins. It’s a fancy term that means their lower chest walls were connected their livers were fused, as it turns out, their bile ducts were fused as well. Underwent a successful separation surgery on May 7, 2015. The 12-hour surgery began at 7:11AM, led by a team of highly skilled pediatric specialists that included Daniel Robie, MD, chief of pediatric general surgery, and Nicholas Poulos, MD, pediatric general surgeon, for Nemours Children’s Specialty Care and Wolfson Children’s Hospital. The boys were separated at 3:34 pm.